This text covers machine design, mechanisms and vibration, enabling students to learn how they operate, what they do, and their geometry. Important concepts of position difference and apparent position are introduced, teaching students that there are two kinds of motion referred to a stationary reference system. Emphasis is placed on graphical methods of analysis result in feedback and better understanding of the geometry involved.
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The second edition of Shigley-Uicker maintains the tradition of being very complete, thorough, and somewhat theoretical. The principal changes include an expansion and updating of the dynamics material, expansion of the chapter on gears, an expansion of the material on mechanisms, a new introductory chapter. Intended for the Kinematics and Dynamics course in Mechanical Engineering departments.About the Author:
John J. Uicker, Jr., is Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Gordon R. Pennock is Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Purdue University.
The late Joseph E. Shigley was Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan.
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